Come check out the capital of Cameroon - as I saw it 'through my lens'!
Hi all! Following on from last week's Vlog on destination Mali where I showed you the Dogon Country, this one is from the rest of my time in Mali back in 2007 from the waters of Mopti, to Djenne and it's amazing mosque and mudbrick houses, to Segou and finally the capital Bamako! Enjoy!
Today it's a guest post from Nigerian travel blogger Eromonsele Emmanuel! What is Lagos like?
Howdy all! Today I wanted to share a piece from a travel vlogger I have just discovered. His channel is 'My 1000 miles'. It's run and presented by Kevin who lives in Bangkok, Thailand. I have been dreaming about travel as I always tend to do, and thinking about a possible return to West Africa …
Dakar is the Senegalese capital. Come and take a look at this interesting destination.
Today's video is the first half of my trip in 2011 to Cameroon, and sees me visit Douala, where the main airport is and the biggest city in Cameroon, and Kribi, in the south not too far from the border with Gabon.
The end of the Epic Journey I wrote about yesterday, Niamey sits on the might Niger River, and here is said river! Read about the journey here - Cotonou (Benin) to Niamey (Niger). Thanks for popping by - May the Journey Never End!
Hi all. A little look at a pretty little town on the coast of Ghana today - Cape Coast! Thanks for popping by - May the Journey Never End!
Today’s Epic Journeys takes me back a number of years now and over to West Africa, starting in the south of Benin in it’s largest city, Cotonou, and finishes in the capital of Niger, Niamey, late on the second day. A journey of just over 1000 kilometres in total, one that Google claims can be done in 16 hours. And perhaps it can, but there is a border crossing and when you do it by public transport you need to change vehicles multiple times, there’s waiting times and a night thrown in there, it ends up being a journey that I can say is truly ‘Epic’.
You know, sometimes I am surprised that I haven't done a certain post, and today is one of those days because I went to Cameroon in 2011, had a wonderful time there and found it to be a seriously beautiful and photogenic country. And so today I am collating my images of this West African …